Workshops & Speakers


Women Transforming Cities delivers a variety of workshops and speakers that can be adapted to the specific needs of your organization, workplace, or community group.

Our workshop topics include but are not limited to:

  • Intersectional feminism

  • How to use an intersectional feminist approach to develop responsive programs, policies, and community spaces

  • Designing and creating women friendly cities

  • Understanding the climate crisis through an intersectional feminist lens

  • Understanding cities and civic engagement - how to engage with city council

  • How to get active in your city

  • How to run and win issue based campaigns

  • Running dialogue cafes to work on intersectional feminist urban issues

Workshops can be online or in-person, and adapted to the requirements of your organization.

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Workshop Rates

The workshop rate depends on the length of the session, how much content needs to be adapted to your organization's needs, and how many facilitators are required. Please reach out to discuss your specific needs and budget.


​WTC can provide speakers to discuss:

  • Key issues related to improving cities for women and girls

  • How your event or your organization’s goals link with the priorities of women and girls living in cities

  • How city problems like affordable housing and gender-based violence need to be, and can be, addressed at the city level

  • Women friendly cities

  • Engaging in city politics and the civic process

Get in Touch

Contact with details about your event or request for a workshop!


At European Women's Management Development International Network (EWMD) we value the collaboration and partnership with like-minded organizations towards building more equitable and inclusive communities. We were thrilled that Women Transforming Cities accepted our invitation to share wise practices of municipalities that are tackling childcare around the world. As municipalities embark on their journey to invest in care and make cities more inclusive, documenting and sharing the impact of such initiatives will help other cities to follow.

Nadine Nembach, Co-President, EWMD International

We had a wonderful experience working with the WTC team, who led an engaging presentation and activity for our youth program about intersectionality and climate change. We really appreciated their knowledge and flexibility to adapt the discussions based on our needs.


Cherry, Youth Program Lead, Fraser Basin Council

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Caroline Hemstock
Advisor, Diversity and Inclusion,

Halifax Regional Municipality

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion/ANSAIO had the pleasure of collaborating with Women Transforming Cities on two workshops.

They supported us with building our team’s awareness of gendered intersectionality, power literacy and how this impacts municipal programs and services. WTC also worked with us to empower Women’s Advisory Committee of Halifax with information about a network of municipal governments and organization. They also shared innovative practices that are key to supporting women and gender inclusion cities with the Committee.

What we appreciated most was WTC’s ability to listen to our needs, design a solution around our goals and to adapt on the spot! We came away from this experience feeling empowered to influence change and build inclusive cities for all.

I would like to thank Trudi and Tasha from Women Transforming Cities for teaching me how to look at our cities and libraries through an intersectional lens so that everyone feels included.

Lorraine Crema


Burnaby Public Library

McGill Branch